The Biggest Loser The Workout
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There are six routines to choose from, and you can mix and match from the following:
Warm-up (5 minutes) - Basic stretching moves to get you ready to go.
Low Intensity Cardio (25 minutes) - Some jumping jacks, some kicking and punching, and a lot of core strengthening excercises for the begginer.
High-Intensity Cardio (20 minutes) - A more aggressive cardio routine designed for people who have been working out for at least a month. The moves are quick, and there's a lot more jumping. It's constant motion combined with boxing and kicking moves.
Strength and Sculpt (20 minutes) - Use hand weights and a mat or towel to go through a circuit training routine designed to build muscle and sculpt.Read more ›
Warmup (5 mins.): This is a stretch-type warmup vs. a cardio-type warmup--stretches, lunges and squats. Basic stuff.
Low Intensity Cardio (20 mins.): Includes some basic cardio warmup and then moves into a light kickbox-style cardio. Being a kickbox fan, it was nice to see some basic kickboxing techniques here. However, just about every other kickboxing workout I've ever done has explained how to punch and kick to not injure yourself and Bob doesn't. As an experienced kickboxer, this was a minor irritation--I just did it how it SHOULD be done, not how he said to do it. But for people new to kickboxing, I am concerned that he doesn't explain proper technique.
High Intensity Cardio (20 mins.): Begins with a faux-jump-rope cardio warmup and moved into some plyometric moves (jumping side to side quickly, etc.), football-style agility drills, high knee lifts and also some kickboxing techniques here too. Definitely intense.
Strength & Sculpt (20 mins.): He does 1-minute circuits of upper body then lower body activity--upper body is lifting weights and lower body is squats and lunges while holding weights. I felt almost every exercise, especially when he has you pulsing or holding those squats and plies. About half of this workout is standing and the rest is on the floor. The floor work is mostly abs but with some buns and triceps.
Boot Camp (20 mins.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is actually a repurchase of this DVD for me. I lent the other to my family and they loved it so much I let them keep it and I got another for myself. Great workout! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amanda L Stawizky
I love this workout! It's not difficult, there are different levels and Bob makes me laugh. :-)Published 2 months ago by maria
I love the Biggest Loser Workout. Coming from someone who hates to workout, I found this very easy to accomplish. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jennifer
I have watched so many of the biggest loser seasons. They have always motivated me to stay in shape and eat healthy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christopher Dale Roberts
I have several of these BL DVDs and this is the oldest but my favorite. I like the balance of cardio and weights. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeff T.
Great workout video to help get back into better shape after a long winter.Published 4 months ago by Rjohn10538
My best friend of 30 years recommended this DVD to me. I had become so overweight and out of shape that I couldn't even walk around the block without getting out of breath. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Penny Butterworth